These are quite common in Baluk Willam Flora Reserve
where they are scattered out in a wide area (they tend not to form dense colonies).
Their striking pink flowers make them easy to spot amongst the greens of the grasses,
but the strong pink tends to fade to pale when the flower is no longer fresh.
As indicated by their name, they have a "tongue" hanging out.
This is actually the calli on the labellum and are a very dark red.